Endless Journey

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What’s up everybody I just want to start with saying China has been great to me thus far and I couldn’t have asked for a better experience. I’m extremely grateful for the friendships i have made and the experiences i have had. Here’s what I’ve been up to. Went to the famous DuJiangYan (都江堰)irrigation system […]

Ninjas!

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Hey everyone! Hope everyone is doing well! So, this past weekend was not only a culture shock but also so much fun. Mejiji Gakuin University took myself and the other exchange students to the village of Oshino-Hakkai. While visiting Oshino-Hakkai our coordinator took us to see the ninja village, as well as to lunch and […]

Morocco Trip & Thoughts on International Education

At first, I thought of making two different blog posts about the topics in this post, but after reflecting for a minute on my trip to Morocco and the importance of international education, I decided that they were analogous in many ways. Perhaps explaining them together will make it the relationship between both clearer to […]

Will you vote?

Have you voted yet? A question you may have been asked many times already walking around campus. But have you held the question to value? I’ve heard so many reasons as to why people don’t vote. People argue that either they’re not political or they don’t think it will affect them. I never understood that […]

My Life as a Lobo… So Far

Anyone who knows me knows that if I am doing something I am usually all in; so obviously I stan UNM. I come from a small town in Southeast New Mexico so coming to Albuquerque was a complete culture shock, and I loved it. I came from a town where there was legitimately nothing to […]

Pattu’s Wedding

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This weekend I had the honor of attending my first Indian wedding. Specifically, it was a South Indian wedding (different parts of India have different customs and traditions when it comes to wedding celebrations). It was honestly one of the coolest experiences I have had during my time here. So, a little background about South […]

Exploring Estonia

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Briefly about saunas… Saunas are really popular in Estonia. And I mean, most people have a personal sauna in their home, all gyms have a sauna, and my school even has two. Before coming here I’d only been in a sauna twice, and both times it was kinda this special thing that was supposed to […]